About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

9 Replies to “Senators Graham and McCain on Violence in Iraq”

  1. Yeah, go on back in and flail, fail and bail all over again. America has learned nothing at all. Just operating on ignorance, hubris and respect for Islam.

  2. Hey Obama! The nastiest jihadists on the planet Earth are all strung out on the highways and byways of Iraq just waiting for the US Air Force to suddenly appear out of nowhere and blow them back to their place of origin – Hell. It’s time for the “big stick”, Barack, only it should have started days ago. Make a game of it and just blacken the sky with F-16s and AC-130 gunships and Apache Longbows. Heck, a couple of hundred old Bell Hueys with .50 caliber machine guns isn’t exactly nothing. This is exactly what the whole US military thing was created for, dude. Wake the f%#@ up!

  3. The last three years have shown that America was supporting the Sunni opposition to the Alawite/Shia regime. America has been training the Sunni combatants in Jordan and they have been active on the Turkish border to the same end. The ISIS are allied to the same groups that America has been giving aid to . Is it conceivable that America will now change tack and ally itself with Iran to stop the Sunni advance on Baghdad? The Saudis won’t like that. My money is America not actually doing anything.

  4. Obama has been deliberately bankrupting the US praying for a global economic collapse so either Marxism or Islam can take over the world.


    WASHINGTON (AP) — Foreign buyers of U.S. Treasury securities increased their holdings in April to another record high even though China cut back on its holdings for a third straight month.
    China, the largest foreign buyer of U.S. Treasury debt, reduced its holdings for a third month, cutting them by 0.7 percent to $1.26 trillion. Japan, the second largest buyer, boosted its holdings 0.8 percent to $1.21 trillion.

    Foreign demand for U.S. Treasury debt is expected to remain strong this year, helped by more borrowing certainty given the congressional agreement to suspend the debt limit until March 2015.

    The agreement on the debt limit means that another standoff over raising the debt ceiling will put off until next year. A standoff in August 2011 rattled financial markets and the political gridlock prompted ratings firm Standard & Poor’s to slightly downgrade its AAA rating of U.S. debt for the first time in history. […]


  6. Chinese investors buying up U.S. golf courses
    The purchases of U.S. golf courses follow a long series of investments by wealthy Chinese in other areas — such as Gov. Jerry Brown’s pet housing project in Oakland and the AMC Theatres chain. Chinese investors also have purchased Sheraton hotels in Universal City and at Los Angeles International Airport and helped ignite such red-hot California housing markets as Arcadia and Irvine.

    Major Chinese investments in U.S. businesses doubled to $14 billion last year — and added $8 billion more in the first three months this year, according to Rhodium Group, a New York economic consulting firm.

    Thilo Hanemann, Rhodium’s research director, said wealthy Chinese individuals and companies are rushing to get money out of China, where the government is trying to gently deflate a property bubble, and into U.S. real estate and entertainment.

    “Most Chinese have 90% of their assets in China, and most of that is in real estate,” Hanemann said. “It was a great place to be over the last 10 years. They made a lot of money. But the domestic Chinese market is now very fragile. And from an investment perspective, it’s not good to put all your assets in one basket.”

  7. Right now the entire world is poised to have a major economic collapse, Europe doesn’t want us to collapse and trigger their collapse so they are buying up all US paper they can.

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